Creating courses for adult learners on ESSRG’s online learning platform

ESSRG has been developing an online e-learning platform in Hungarian and English to render research outputs and project-based scientific knowledge more accessible to a larger public. Adaptation of online teaching methodologies became a preference for ESSRG, not merely for disseminating knowledge efficiently but also for offering quality e-courses for adult learners.

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Applied science communication module for the sake of our Science Shops

In a Science Shop, a great amount of success relies on communication, specifically on science communication. Communication impacts the very beginning of the process (how to contact with communities you can collaborate with), and it should be very well led through the research design and during the research as well – unless you can’t effectively co-conduct your research with the various kinds of organizations or civil society groups you work with in a Science Shop. Good science communication underpins the engagement of the society for research, such as the engagement of policymakers. It also increases the impact of the research in the local environment of the civil society group involved in the research. Science communication also develops the mutual learning process of the stakeholders of community-based research.

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The road map for legumes

Our webinar drew joint lessons from the TRUE-LegValue policy-relevant studies.

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Dynaversity final conference

The final online conference of the Dynaversity project attracted circa 75 participants interested in discussing dynamic seed networking opportunities, as well as necessary institutional and policy frameworks for crop diversity governance.

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Easy Peasy Legume Recipes for kids

Black-eyed bean salad with tuna, Scottish lentil soup or apple chickpea cake – just a couple of very easy recipes from our legume cookbook.

Legumes, or „pulses“, are a cheap and environmentally friendly alternative to animal protein, providing several micro- and macronutrients. However, while beans, lentils and Co. have always been enjoying great popularity in oriental and North African countries, the consumption in Europe does not comply with the nutritional recommendations. With this book, we aim to raise legumes’ popularity among children and their parents by showing how easily delicious legume dishes can be prepared.

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EU-Citizen.Science platform provides a myriad of opportunities to circulate knowledge on citizen science

ESSRG, as one of the Third Party members, contributes to the content development and dissemination of the EU-Citizen Science platform across Hungary. The platform offers opportunities to learn more about citizen science, build professional networks and contribute to the knowledge hub of the citizen science community across Europe.

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Cooperative and participatory research from the passersby to solidarity action

ESSRG facilitated a number of Science Shop processes in recent years. Here are six inspirative examples from the currently running projects.

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ESSRG’s experts participated in the “Moving Dialogue Online” workshop series

In the extraordinary year of 2020, we should have swiftly adapted to countless new things: wearing a mask, creative handshakes, quarantine rules, and quickly shifting work that went entirely onto virtual platforms. The tech industry had poured on us thousands of novel platforms and digital tools – such as Zoom, Miro, Mural, Padlet etc. – which were very useful in managing our projects online but some work-related challenges remained unanswered.

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InVisible Green –  Participatory project for equal access to nature experience

Nature experiences contribute substantially to our mental and physical well-being. Exposure to any form of nature is proven to lower stress, has a restorative effect on our neurological and hormonal system.

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